Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Wild honey.

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Examples

  • There is also a species of honey called wild-honey, or wood-honey 1 Sa 14: 27, or honey-dew, produced by certain little insects, and deposited on the leaves of trees, and flowing from them in great quantities to the ground.

    Barnes New Testament Notes

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